The Wall Street Journal's Bret Stephens desperately tries to distance the GOP from Trump's racist rhetoric, to no avail.
The Republican base loves to denounce "elitist" liberals and Democrats, but, for some on the right, that contempt derives from a barely concealed envy.
Conservative MSNBC host Joe Scarborough on Sunday warned Republicans that fringe elements were causing the party to shrink and it was "just gerrymandering" that allowed the GOP to keep control of the U.S. House of Representatives in the 2012
Conservative radio host Laura Ingraham on Sunday pointed to the roots of Southern strategy of the late 1960s -- which appealed to racism in the South -- as an example of how the Republican Party should reform itself after President Barack Obama won
Newstalgia Reference Room - Daniel Ellsberg Discusses The Pentagon Papers With William F. Buckley - 1972
Daniel Ellsberg discusses The Pentagon Papers with William F. Buckley on Firing Line. July 30, 1972. Help save Newstalgia! Donate what you can to prevent our extinction.
Politics Past - the 1965 New York Mayoral Candidates debate with Abraham Beame, William F. Buckley and John Linsday as hosted by New York radio station WCBS and moderated by Joseph Denbo.
Newstalgia Reference Room with the complete William F. Buckley Firing Line Interview with Huey P. Newton. Originally broadcast on February 1973.
Rachel Maddow with a really great follow up to her interview with Rand Paul last night and why his Libertarian views and what they mean to how he woul
(Legalizing Marijuana - Goes back to 1942) Since the question of Legalizing Marijuana has started up again (or actually never really went away), I
The Bonddad Blog: People are abandoning mortgages as prices drop, municipal bond rates are shooting through the roof, and the markets are falling. But
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